Employment Law Solicitors
From writing up employment contracts for senior executives to advising upon redundancy schemes or redundancy packages, we have extensive knowledge of employers’ and employees’ legal rights and can help you to protect them. If you are concerned about an employment issue, or you are looking for expert employment law help, contact us for quick but thorough advice on the best course of action.
Our main employment law solicitor is Deborah Francis, who is a Solicitor at the firm, an employment law specialist and has excellent knowledge of all aspects of employment law. Kevin Smyth, who is a Partner in the firm also deals with Employment law cases and is also an accredited CEDR Mediator, and is skilled in resolving disputes without the need for a court or employment Tribunal hearing. Find out more about why you should chose Burt Brill & Cardens.
Below are just some of the employment law matters that our solicitors can help you with. If you have any queries about any aspect of employment law, whether you are an employer or an employee, please contact us and we will be happy to advise you or provide you help with
Working for the employer
We can help you to make sure you deal with your employees fairly and legally. From contractual rights to termination of employment, our advice on employment law can assist you with a range of issues.
We can also provide written policies and procedures relating to employment rights, and documentation which the law requires you to hand to employees. For example written particulars of terms and conditions of employment. You must hand these to employees within 2 months of them starting work.
Working for the employee
If you feel you have been unfairly treated at work, employment law specialists can give you experienced and thorough legal advice. Where appropriate, we can also offer ‘No Win, No Fee’ arrangements.
We can also help settlement agreements (previously known as compromise agreements), which are a specific type of contract between an employer and employee. Our advice on employment law can cover these issues and discuss settlement agreements if they are suitable for your situation.
Make a Free Enquiry
There is no charge for an initial conversation about your employment law query.
Telephone us on 01273 604123 or
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